Content Contributor for Instructional Document


Welcome to the Content Contributor Instructional Document for the English Course. This guide will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to create high-quality videos for the course Let’s get started!


Step 1: Recording the Video

  1. Begin the video by introducing its level, word category, and word. For example: “This is a basic video about the noun ‘garage.'”
  2. If recording with Instagram (recommended), utilize the timer function, that way you only can pause after recording a scene and prepare for what to say in the following scene.

3.. The video, including the welcome message, should be at least one minute long but no longer than 90 seconds.

  1. Include a title within the video for organizational purposes. Using the previous example, the title would be “#garage #noun #basic.”
  2. Display the text only during the introduction, and it should follow the order: #word #word category #level.


Step 2: Basic Videos

  1. Basic videos should utilize audiovisual context for each element in the video.

Watch the following video to understand this concept Stephen Krashen on Language Acquisition

  1. For example, if the word is “garage,” you should say “This is a garage” while pointing to the garage.
  2. Demonstrate actions related to the word, such as “I go in the garage” while entering the garage or “This is a garage door” while indicating the door.
  3. Ensure that the audiovisual context adequately supports the vocabulary being taught.
  4. Basic videos aim to provide clear and accessible comprehension for beginners.


Basic video example –

Step 3: Advanced Videos

  1. Advanced videos are a repetition of the basic videos but with less context and more freedom in speech.
  2. Add additional information related to the word, using less restricted speech.
  3. For example, for the word “garage,” you could say, “This garage is big enough for a car” while showing a car inside.
  4. The audiovisual context should still support the vocabulary being taught, but the viewers have a foundation in English vocabulary, allowing for less stringent use of audiovisual context. 


Advanced video example –

Step 4: Native Videos

  1. Native videos involve engaging conversations and discussions related to the word.
  2. Start with an interesting topic or observation, such as the difference between personal garages in the United States and shared spaces in Europe and other countries.
  3. Treat the video as a casual conversation while maintaining clarity and coherence.
  4. Conclude the video with a thought-provoking question to encourage engagement and interaction.


Basic video example


Step 5: Generating Video Ideas

  1. Utilize the provided spreadsheet words for profezac to generate ideas for video topics.
  2. Additionally, refer to previous videos uploaded on the Telegram channel profe zac and profe zac respaldo inspiration.


Step 6: Uploading and Labeling Videos

  1. Once the three videos (basic, advanced, and native) are recorded and edited, upload them to profe zac respaldo .
  2. Label each video within the channel using the corresponding hashtags that match the video’s content as highlighted in red in the image below
  1. Hashtags should follow the format: #word #word category #level for consistency and ease of organization.


Thanks so much for your interest in contributing to my course!  Payment will be upon approval of submitted videos.